BIC or Klipsh Quintet III or synergy I am looking to buy some surround speakers for my new Onkyo 607 receiver. My current set up is...

JBL S-Center
2-Cerwin Vega RE30's for fronts
2-JBL N-Surrounds.

I have been doing a lot of research, and was looking to buy all new speakers for around $600. I have never heard of the BIC's before, but I hear a lot of good things. Looking at the 62 series surround and center. Some say they need MOD's others say no. I don't want to hassle with MOD's so if that is the case forget it. The next best thing to me looks like one of the Klipsh 5.0 systems. Do I buy one of these sytems, keep my old system, or do you recommend something else?

Ohh, and I think my mind is made up on the POLK PSW-505 sub for either system.

Thanks for your help. I am getting a little overwhelmed.
asked by JimmyA0504 on January 8, 2010
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Check in to fluance . I have the low end 5.1 and they sound better than polk audio at 1/4 of the cost and a lifetime warranty. These speakers are very well made.
Janet Pauly answered on July 21, 2012
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